WALK THROUGH ANCIENT LANDSCAPES, AMONG TIMBER GIANTS AND CARPETS OF WILDFLOWERS
Western Australia’s diverse national parks and forests are your gateway to some of the most unique flora, fauna and landscapes on Earth.
Discover other-worldly landscapes, from the limestone spires of the Pinnacles Desert, to the curious beehive-shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range and the world’s second largest meteorite crater at Wolfe Creek. Find your thrills in the plunge pools and climbing walls of an adventure playground that’s been shaped over two billion years, at Karijini National Park. See nature at its most diverse in Fitzgerald River National Park, packed with 20 percent of WA’s plant species. Or take a stroll in the canopy of an ancient forest on the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk.